England’s 13-year wait to play at Anfield will continue due to Liverpool’s ban on Sun journalists.
Liverpool’s stadium has not hosted the Three Lions since a friendly against Uruguay in March 2006, and have been ‘deemed off limits’ despite the FA’s struggle in finding a suitable venue for a Euro 2020 warm-up game against Romania next year.
Chelsea have hit out at FIFA’s “deeply unsatisfactory” conduct when imposing a two-window transfer ban on the west London club.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has lifted FIFA’s transfer embargo on Chelsea following the Premier League club’s appeal against the sanction relating to the signing of overseas youth players.
Watford have appointed wild dog-conquering Nigel Pearson as their new head coach, initially until the end of the season.
Pearson will take the helm after the weekend, with interim head coach Hayden Mullins in charge for the Hornets’ match against Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Pep Guardiola finds it “difficult” to fathom how Manchester City are 11 points behind Liverpool in the Premier League table.
City’s hopes of winning a third straight title have already been rendered slim by Liverpool, who have dropped two points all season.
Jose Mourinho slept at Tottenham’s training ground in order to prepare for Saturday’s game with Burnley and has told his players to stop wallowing in disappointment following a defeat.
Spurs boss Mourinho felt the dressing room was engulfed in sadness after his 100 per cent start was ended by Wednesday’s 2-1 loss at former club Manchester United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United remain a bigger club than Manchester City despite their rivals’ recent rise.
All eyes will be on the Etihad Stadium on Saturday evening as the blue and red halves of the city collide in the 179th Manchester derby.
Everton caretaker manager Duncan Ferguson admits it is not realistic for him to take over permanently at this stage despite it being his dream job.
The former Toffees striker, a member of the first-team coaching staff since 2014, accepts he is not experienced enough to take charge of a side in the bottom three after just two wins in 11 matches – a run of results which saw Marco Silva sacked on Thursday.
Jose Mourinho is unconcerned by Chelsea’s transfer ban being lifted and believes his former club may struggle to strengthen their team even with a “multi-million budget”.
Frank Lampard’s Blues are free to sign players in January after their two-window ban was halved on appeal by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).